This year will be the year in which the ability to pivot, adapt and reinvent ourselves will cease to be a pandemic-induced necessity and become the norm for those in the legal sector.  

The World Economic Forum (WEF) estimates that 44 per cent of white-collar workers now work remotely on a permanent basis.  

In the four months to October 2020, twenty large law firms cut staff numbers.  More redundancies will follow.  

Change is now a constant and it would be a mistake to get ready merely to ride out a recession.  

In 2021, we will start to see the impact of massive global upheaval in the labour market.   

The double impact of covid-19 and digital transformation has opened a...

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